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Currencies. Daily history for Tuesday, March 30, 2021

Pare Closed Change, %
AUDUSD 0.75946 -0.5
EURJPY 129.297 0.07
EURUSD 1.17158 -0.42
GBPJPY 151.55 0.3
GBPUSD 1.37353 -0.17
NZDUSD 0.69799 -0.2
USDCAD 1.26229 0.26
USDCHF 0.94203 0.31
USDJPY 110.343 0.48

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19:57 26.10.2021
USD/JPY consolidates above 114.00 with upside attempts capped at 114.30
The US dollar returns above 114.00 to stall right below 114.00. Risk appetite, dovish BoJ weigh on the Japanese yen. USD/JPY expected to appreciate towards 117.00/10 – Credit Suisse. The dollar maintains a moderate bid tone on Tuesday, extending its rebound from the 113.40 low hit last Friday. The pair has returned to levels past 114.00, with the safe-haven yen weighed on a risk-on market, before hitting resistance at 114.30 area. The yen weakens on risk appetite, dovish BoJ The
19:24 26.10.2021
AUD/USD retreats from 0.7520 as US T-bond yields rise
AUD/USD shed 30 pips in the last hour, as US T-bond yields rise amid risk-on market mood. Broad US Dollar strength across the board weighs on the AUD/USD pair. US Consumer Confidence rose more than expected by economists, the AUD/USD barely moved. The AUD/USD barely advances during the New York session, is up 0.08%, trading at 0.7497 at the time of writing. Earlier in the day, the pair dipped to 0.7483, yet bounced off the daily lows to print a daily high at 0.7524, finally settling at
19:10 26.10.2021
USD/CAD bounces up from 1.2350 and approaches 1.2400
The US dollar, contained at 1.2350, returns to levels near one-week highs at 1.2400. The greenback bounces up after upbeat housing, manufacturing data. USD/CAD is expected to rally towards 1.25/26 after BoC – Scotiabank. The US dollar has shrugged off previous weakness and bounced up from session lows at 1.2350 against its Canadian counterpart, returning to levels right below 1.2400 and turning positive on daily charts. The dollar bounces up after US data The greenback has
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